Fema gives reinsurers 6 April deadline for cat bond partnership

US emergency agency likely to seek $1bn or more of cover


Axis, Beazley reveal deferred tax asset hits

More than $1bn of DTA losses across the industry so far


More UK insurers sign up to gender diversity at top levels

Industry remains biased, despite benefits of having women as leaders


Insurers struggle to interpret GDPR

The upcoming EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all companies with personal records, but there are certain aspects insurers are finding particularly difficult. Cintia Cheong reports


Insurers need to dig deep to predict clients' vulnerability to WannaCry attack

Claims expected from business interruption, not ransom payments


Beazley's required capital grew 11% in 2016

Cyber risk one of biggest growth areas


Lloyd's insurers to adopt hurricane model on Oasis

Ten managing agents get shared access to HurLoss


Lloyd's reinsurance administrator embraces blockchain

XLRAS provider will use distributed ledgers in reinsurance recovery calculations


Beazley combines with Munich Re to offer $100m limit on cyber policies

Partnership to target large corporate and industrial organisations


Risk qualifications stir up debate on CRO's role

Attempts to professionalise risk management through certification schemes have reopened discussions about the evolving role of the chief risk officer. Asa Gibson reports